Offered for sale is a green vinyl U.S. pressing of Seems Like a Freeze Out by Bob Dylan, released on the Trademark of Quality label.
About this copy: This particular copy of Seems Like a Freeze Out is a 1971 U.S. pressing on the Trademark of Quality label.
The cover is M- and is still in the original shrink wrap. There is an orange sticker on the cover that says “Trade Mark of Quality.”
The insert is a reproduction.
The green vinyl disc is M- and may be unplayed. This disc has plain white labels with a couple of foxing stains.
A beautiful copy of a scarce Bob Dylan LP and the first copy we’ve had in quite a while.
Background: The Trademark of Quality label, also known as TMOQ, was the most successful of the early labels specializing in unauthorized releases in the early 1970s. Their material consisted of previously unreleased live and studio recordings by famous artists, and many of their limited edition titles were pressed on colored vinyl.
This particular title, Seems Like a Freeze Out, consists of a mixture of live and studio outtakes from the 1960s:
- Lay Down Your Weary Tune
- Dusty Old Fairgrounds
- Who You Really Are
- If I Could Do It All Over, I’d Do It All Over You
- Whatcha Gonna Do
- I Wanna Be Your Lover Baby
- Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window
- From a Buick 6
- Visions of Johanna
- She’s Your Lover Now
“California” and “Whatcha Gonna Do” are from the 1963 Witmark Demo. “Lay Down Your Weary Tune” is an outtake from Another Side of Bob Dylan. “Dusty Old Fairgrounds” is from the 1964 Carnegie Hall concert. “Who You Really Are”, “Farewell” and “If I Could Do It…” are part of the “live” 1962 GIl Turner tape.
The last five tracks are 1965 recordings of Dylan and The Band.
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|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Record Label:||Trademark of Quality|
|Year of Release:||1971|